I’ve never been a fan of soccer. So when I received Ten: A Soccer Story, by Shamini Flint, I opened it with some trepidation. I was pleasantly surprised.
Browsing: ages 8-12
David Neilsen’s middle-grade novel Beyond the Doors is Roald Dahl-esque with a Lemony Snicket snarkiness mixed in for good measure.
Lauren DeStefano’s The Girl with the Ghost Machine is a ghost story that makes you think and makes you grateful for even the smallest of moments.
Stealing Our Way Home, by Cecilia Galante, is a strong middle-grade novel that deals with the loss of a parent and finding a way back to a new normal.
Ryan K. Sager’s The World’s Greatest Chocolate-Covered Pork Chops is a delicious choice for young fans of shows like MasterChef Junior.
Fiction author/agent Ammi-Joan Paquette turned to client Laurie Ann Thompson to help her create a book about crazy-but-true stories — Two Truths and a Lie.
Laurel Snyder’s Orphan Island is a quiet book and yet there’s a magic to it that’s unparalleled. This thoughtful story of self-discovery is worth reading.
Since 2002, E.D. Baker has written a total of nine Tales of the Frog Princess books, the most recent, The Frog Princess Returns, released June 6.
“Dragons and chocolate are two of my favorite things in the world,” says Stephanie Burgis who wrote Dragon with a Chocolate Heart as a treat for herself.
Before Adrienne Kress could write, her father would write stories for her. Now, the author of The Explorers: The Door in the Alley writes them down herself.